Robert Carlton O'Kelley Jr.
White Station HS, Memphis, Tenn.
December 13, 1978
Closed out his four-year career as the second-leading three-point shooter in Wake Forest history with 288 career treys, trailing only former NBA player Randolph Childress (329).
Posted double figures in scoring 101 times in his career and ranks as the Demon Deacons' eighth all-time leading scorer with 1,885 points.
At Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, averaged 12 ppg over three games.
AT WAKE FOREST
As a senior, was selected as one of 25 mid-season candidates for the Wooden Award.
Scored a season-high 20 points on 8-for-16 shooting, including four three-pointers, at Temple.
Against Duke, in his final home game, buried four treys, including a long-range bomb to tie the game with less than 10 seconds remaining.
Earned honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors as a junior, leading the Deacons for the second straight year in three-point field goals per game (1.9), assists (88), and minutes played (32.8 mpg) and finishing second on the team in scoring (13.0 ppg).
His 1.9 three-pointers per game was also seventh best in the ACC.
Finished the season on a strong note, leading the Deacons to victory in the postseason NIT and earning MVP honors.
Scored 19 points in the championship game against Notre Dame.
Scored a season-best 22 points in a win over Temple.
Finished third in the ACC in scoring (17.5 ppg) as a sophomore, leading Wake Forest in scoring 18 times and scoring in double figures in 26 of 31 games.
Named Second Team All-ACC.
Led the team in assists (63) and minutes played (35.0 mpg) and was the only Wake Forest player to start all 31 games.
With 1,041 career points, joined Rodney Rogers and Dickie Hemric as only the third Wake Forest sophomore to surpass the 1,000-point mark.
Poured in a career-high 36 points in an NIT loss against Xavier and added 32 points in a victory over fourth-ranked Maryland.
Named ACC Freshman of the Year.
Led Wake Forest in scoring (16.6 ppg, 8th in ACC), free throw shooting (80.6%, 4th), three-point field goal percentage (42.1%, 3rd) and three-pointers (77).
Became only the 12th freshman in ACC history to lead his team in scoring, and his 17.4 ppg in ACC play was the highest ever by a Wake Forest freshman.
In the Tipoff Classic against Georgetown in only the third game of his college career, went 8-for-14 from the floor (4-for-6 on three-pointers) and 5-for-5 from the foul line.
Tallied a season-high 31 points in a road win at Maryland.
|Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 77-for-183 (.421); 1998-99, 85-for-226 (.376); 1999-00, 67-for-224 (.299); 2000-01, 59-for-168 (.351). Totals: 288-for-801 (.360).